December 27, 2019 — The most 3 typical questions that people ask to me when they realize that I work in the cybersecurity field are:
– How to know if I’ve been hacked
– What to do when this (s**t) happens
– How I can avoid it.
By displaying a little horror gallery with some examples gathered during the years I’ve been working at Sucuri, I will show how a hacked site looks like, helping hopefully to train a little bit your eyes to know where to look at, and some tips to help to detect anomalies ASAP.
Once something bad is detected, there is a recommended checklist of countermeasures to fight against them and avoid future re-infections.
November 11, 2019 — Learning to think like a hacker in the security realm is a big part of keeping your assets safe, and there are additional benefits. In this session, Kathy will use the stories of defeating hackers to help you make better security decisions. She’ll also illustrate how the hacker mindset is much more than protecting your site and information. Thinking like a hacker can also help you break through perceived limitations, overcome obstacles, and capitalize on opportunities to innovate.
April 30, 2019 — This workshop will focus on how WordPress owners can secure their websites/blog so as to prevent or reduce hacking attempts. The audience will be introduced to tools and best practices to undertake to harden their sites.
August 31, 2017 — He’s the community lead for Random Hacks of Kindness (RHoK) Bangalore. He has taught in China, Tajikstan, Kirghizstan, different parts of India over past 20 years. Loves Open Source and Technology for good.
Yogesh loves using WordPress because of the community around and its FOSS principles. He will be speaking on the topic – Hacking for humanity with WordPress.
As a community lead of Random Hacks of Kindness, Bangalore he has a rich, and beautiful experience of leveraging the power of the technology community, to work for the common good (or to borrow his words “hack for the good”).
July 10, 2017 — Growth Hacking isn’t just a buzzword, and it’s not just for startups. You can use the same tools and tactics to attract more readers to your blog, users for your app, and customers of your products. In this session you’ll learn what growth hacking is (and isn’t) and how you can become a growth hacker too. We’ll also cover tools and plugins you can easily integrate with WordPress to power your site and grow your business.